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Tree Identification

Tree Identification. Forestry Career Development Event. Deciduous Trees. Trees that losses their leaves in the Fall. Simple Leaves. American Beech. American Hornbeam. Smooth bark that looks like muscles. Black Cherry. Most likely will have black spots on leaves. Black Tupelo.

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Tree Identification

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  1. Tree Identification Forestry Career Development Event

  2. Deciduous Trees Trees that losses their leaves in the Fall

  3. Simple Leaves

  4. American Beech

  5. American Hornbeam Smooth bark that looks like muscles

  6. Black Cherry Most likely will have black spots on leaves

  7. Black Tupelo

  8. Blackjack Oak

  9. Eastern Redbud

  10. Flowering Dogwood

  11. Laurel Oak

  12. Live Oak

  13. Pin Oak

  14. Post Oak

  15. Red Maple

  16. Red Mulberry Leaves have three different shapes

  17. River Birch Has exfoliating bark

  18. Sassafras Leaves have three different shapes

  19. Sourwood

  20. Southern Bayberry

  21. Southern Magnolia

  22. Southern Red Oak Has hairs on the end of lobes

  23. Swamp Chestnut Oak

  24. Sweetbay

  25. Sweetgum Can have corky projectiles on stems, look like wings

  26. Sycamore Leaves can be very large

  27. Turkey Oak

  28. Water Oak

  29. White Oak Bark is light in color

  30. Willow Oak

  31. Winged Elm Most stems will have corky projectiles that look like wings

  32. Yellow Hawthorn

  33. Yellow-Poplar

  34. Compound Leaves

  35. Boxelder

  36. Honeylocust Has large seed pods and large thorns, double pinnately compound

  37. Pecan 13 leaflets normally

  38. Mockernut Hickory 7 leaflets, where stems are broken has unique smell

  39. Red Buckeye Leaves are arrange in an arc from same spot

  40. Shagbark Hickory 5 leaflets, has unique smells where stem is broken

  41. Evergreen

  42. American Holly Broadleaf evergreen, edges are pointed

  43. Baldcypress

  44. Eastern Hemlock

  45. Eastern Redcedar

  46. Leyland Cypress

  47. Loblolly Pine Needles are in bundles of 3

  48. Longleaf Pine Needles are in bundles of 3

  49. Pond Pine

  50. Shortleaf Pine In bundles of 2 and 3

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